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I am due to have ear wax removal by a private clinic. Their website states "qualified as a Hearing Aid Audiologist in 2003 and is also HCPC registered". Being a bit cautious, how do I check the person is qualified to carry out micro suction?
Published on 2021-04-05 in the British Tinnitus Association forum
This discussion is in English.
I am using both wax and cream. Sometimes I used cream but most of the time used wax. Its result is good and also [URL=https://www.blueboxpackaging.com/]product packaging boxes[/URL] are acceptable. The cream takes 10 mins for giving a result and wax takes more time but I like the results of the wax.
Published on 2021-03-04 in the Bodycare forum
This discussion is in English.
I am using both wax and cream. Sometimes I used cream but most of the time used wax. Its result is good and also [URL=https://www.blueboxpackaging.com/]product packaging boxes[/URL] are acceptable. The cream takes 10 mins for giving a result and wax takes more time but I like the results of the wax.
Published on 2021-03-04 in the Bodycare forum
This discussion is in English.
The hair removal creams do work pretty well. ... happened to the hubby. Professional wax is also a great option... little pricey. If you choose wax I recommend you go to ...a wax center vs any regular salon. ...'s because they used cheaper wax than wax centers use. I like european... wax, they do a great job and their first wax is free...
Published on 2021-03-01 in the April 2021 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
The hair removal creams do work pretty well. ... happened to the hubby. Professional wax is also a great option... little pricey. If you choose wax I recommend you go to ...a wax center vs any regular salon. ...'s because they used cheaper wax than wax centers use. I like european... wax, they do a great job and their first wax is free...
Published on 2021-03-01 in the April 2021 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
@LovingMine3, do not do your first wax while pregnant. My first ever wax was many many moons ago but I remember it like it was yesterday lol. I’ve since graduated to laser hair removal (which is always painful) I do not recommend your first time while you’re pregnant. Just shave or leave the bush, docs have seen it all
Published on 2021-03-25 in the April 2021 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
@LovingMine3, do not do your first wax while pregnant. My first ever wax was many many moons ago but I remember it like it was yesterday lol. I’ve since graduated to laser hair removal (which is always painful) I do not recommend your first time while you’re pregnant. Just shave or leave the bush, docs have seen it all
Published on 2021-03-25 in the April 2021 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
Not all polyclinic got this ear wax clearing service. They will direct u to the available polyclinic to clear the wax and you can make appointment with them. Need to apply olive oil for 2 weeks before you go there and they with spray water and flash it out for you. Actually, I think those wax removal outside is more effective.
Published on 2021-03-23 in the Eat-Drink-Man-Woman forum
This discussion is in English.
Not all polyclinic got this ear wax clearing service. They will direct u to the available polyclinic to clear the wax and you can make appointment with them. Need to apply olive oil for 2 weeks before you go there and they with spray water and flash it out for you. Actually, I think those wax removal outside is more effective.
Published on 2021-03-23 in the Eat-Drink-Man-Woman forum
This discussion is in English.
... sure how. I used to wax or shave (mostly shaved) private... do laser hair removal before pregnancy.... Anyone using hair removal cream/spray for...
Published on 2021-01-16 in the May 2021 Babies forum
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... sure how. I used to wax or shave (mostly shaved) private... do laser hair removal before pregnancy.... Anyone using hair removal cream/spray for...
Published on 2021-01-16 in the May 2021 Babies forum
This discussion is in English.
... between Parkinsons and excessive ear wax please. I know that age... time. I have several ear wax removal tools, which simply do not...
Published on 2021-03-07 in the Wellbeing forum
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... between Parkinsons and excessive ear wax please. I know that age... time. I have several ear wax removal tools, which simply do not...
Published on 2021-03-07 in the Wellbeing forum
This discussion is in English.
Shave or wax is probably a better option. Hair removal creams have a lot of chemicals and your skin is more sensitive so you may have a reaction.
Published on 2021-01-27 in the 1st Pregnancy forum
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Shave or wax is probably a better option. Hair removal creams have a lot of chemicals and your skin is more sensitive so you may have a reaction.
Published on 2021-01-27 in the 1st Pregnancy forum
This discussion is in English.
Unfortunately I don’t have an answer for you as I’m only 5 weeks but I’m curious what others’ experiences are as well, as majority of my hair removal is by wax/sugaring!
Published on 2021-01-30 in the 1st Pregnancy forum
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Unfortunately I don’t have an answer for you as I’m only 5 weeks but I’m curious what others’ experiences are as well, as majority of my hair removal is by wax/sugaring!
Published on 2021-01-30 in the 1st Pregnancy forum
This discussion is in English.
Hi, An ENT doctor should be visited. Wax should be removed by a physician if not you may injure vital parts. If blood stops and there are no complaints, even then check up is essential. Six weeks is needed to heal. You may require antibiotics drops. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Sunny Madar, General & Family Physician
Published on 2021-01-11 in the General Health forum
This discussion is in English.
Hi, An ENT doctor should be visited. Wax should be removed by a physician if not you may injure vital parts. If blood stops and there are no complaints, even then check up is essential. Six weeks is needed to heal. You may require antibiotics drops. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Sunny Madar, General & Family Physician
Published on 2021-01-11 in the General Health forum
This discussion is in English.